Scottish Word: Huidin.
Look! There wiz a perfectly guid huidin oan that rock that ye rowed aside. Ye could’ve moved the flowers and swingle’t open easy. Ruined. Ma step-faither wiz real guid at fittin them tae cabinets inaw. Translation: … Continue reading Huidin.
Scottish Word: Girn.
“Typical – nivir a bloody signal up here despite years o girning n roarin n greetin n scrievin n phonin n mailin aboot it an the minute They show up we’re gettin texts an mair texts … Continue reading Girn.
Scottish Word: Maun.
“Awa tae Scotland for compassion. We’ve democracy, oil, war, votes, blood, retribution and revenge tae maun and sclave tae this modern world.” Translated: maun: manage, strengthen, grow. “Away to Scotland for compassion. We have democracy, oil, … Continue reading Maun.
Scottish Word: Hissel.
“As per usual Hissel’ll ken best.” Translated: hissel: himself – used by a subordinate of his master. “As per usual Himself will know best.” The Scottish Word: Hissel with its definition and its meaning illustrated and … Continue reading Hissel.
“Why’s that clamjamfry ower there so skeerie the-day an in sic a flap?” Translated: clamjamfry: crowd, company, flock. “Why is that mob over there so agitated today and in such a flap?” Breeze: I’m imagining what … Continue reading Clamjamfry.